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Gas and Propane Appliance Services

Services to Maintain Gas and Propane Appliances 

At Lancaster, we have a team of trained technicians with experience servicing a wide range of gas and propane appliances. When it comes to installation, conversion, and repair of gas and propane appliances, the licensed technicians at Lancaster Heating and Cooling know what they’re doing.

Appliance Installation, Conversion and Repair in Hamilton, Burlington, and Oakville

Proper Appliance Installation

Purchasing a high-quality, expensive appliance doesn’t automatically secure you a great-performing unit. If your new appliance isn’t installed correctly, it will become damaged before it’s even used! This could lead to frequent problems, and its overall performance will be poor. Therefore, it is crucial to let experienced appliance installers do the job. As long as your appliance is functioning well, we can install it immediately.

Our services for all brands and makes/models include:

  • Installation – Fridges, Washers & Dryers, Dishwashers, Range Hoods
  • Conversion and
  • Repair

Appliance services cover commercial and residential orders in Hamilton, Burlington and Oakville. As soon as you experience an issue with any of your appliances, please call us at 905 388 3333.

A lit burner on a gas stovetop, newly serviced.

Appliance Conversion – From propane to natural gas or from natural gas to propane

Appliance conversion involves making changes to an appliance so that it can use a different fuel. This includes the replacement of gas orifices, burners and/or appliance regulators which are designed to work with a particular gas that has a specific pressure. Natural gas is a much lower-pressure gas than propane and converting an appliance to one or the other gases requires that the differing pressure is compensated for. In other words, connecting a natural gas appliance to a propane piping system will result in a possibly dangerous malfunction.

Due to gas service pressure, natural gas orifices are larger than propane orifices. The higher pressure propane gas flowing through a larger orifice will result in more gas through the burner and likely, more flame…an unnecessarily large flame. Trying to use a propane appliance with natural gas will likely result in a very small flame or no burner flame at all because of the lower-pressure gas and the smaller orifice. This is the underlying purpose of an appliance conversion from propane to natural gas or from natural gas to propane. Appliances can be safely converted by a licensed gas appliance technician.

Available Gas and Propane Appliance Services for Hamilton, Burlington and Oakville

Contact Lancaster Heating and Cooling Hamilton service center right now to install, convert, or repair one or more appliances at your house or business property.